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This past Monday, Tim Hunt, a recognized and established Nobel laureate and professor at University College London had some misogynistic words to share about female scientists at the World Conference of Science Journalists in South Korea. “Let me tel
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Everyone talks to themselves. It’s a fact. On average approximately 50,000 to 70,000 thoughts whirl around in your head every day. It’s hard to believe but this means you have between 35 to 48 thoughts per minute!
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Just because you do things alone does not mean you are alone. It just means you are comfortable enough to define your own terms. Blogger Laura Schmidt discusses her new goal of attending movies solo - and why she should.
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In the arena of multitasking, women own it. No surprise to you, I’m sure. However, even though we can multitask…. and we’re good at it….. should we?
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Let’s take a moment to contemplate what the typical career journey looks like and reveal how to avoid the pitfalls where many women stumble! Today's Mindful Monday blog addresses accountability.
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Soon-to-be college graduate Adrian Thompson attended the 2015 IWLC Eastern Iowa Conference and participated in the mentor-mentee match. She offers her opinions on mentoring relationships.
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I spent the last two days at the IWLC Eastern Iowa Conference. And I met some amazing women in leadership roles. This conference was well worth every cent!
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The process of running a successful IWLC conference is both art and science. After the past two days, I would say that art and science melded beautifully in the form of the “Transforming Journeys” Eastern Iowa Conference.
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Words of Wisdom

“'Beauty' is a currency system like the gold standard. Like any economy, it is determined by politics, and in the modern age in the West it is the last, best belief system that keeps male dominance intact.”
Naomi Wolf (2009 Conference Speaker)